Hay-Graze Horse Feeder by Saddlers

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Reduce Hay Wastage by up to 50%

• Keeps the paddock tidy

• Minimise poaching by rotating around the field

• Quick & easy to fill • Strong frost resistant plastic

• Big 250L capacity • Alleviates boredom with slower feeding

• Use in field, yard or stable

• Allows horses to eat at natural level

• Ideal for laminitics and horses on restrictive diets

• Size: 110cm x 75cm x 55cm tall




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  • 5
    Hay graze horse feeder

    Posted by Joanne on 6th Oct 2021

    This is such a brilliant product. It has stood up to my 2 year old horse. He has stood on it, tried to tip it and it has held up brilliantly. It is very easy to use and I've gone from hay being dragged through bedding , to virtually no hay on the floor at all. So much less waste.

  • 4
    Hay Graze horse feeder

    Posted by Ann Usher on 24th Sep 2021

    Does what it is supposed to. Although our naughty youngster manages to tip it over and pull out the thing holding the hay down

  • 5
    Hay graze feeder

    Posted by janine Austin on 24th Sep 2021

    Superb product, I use it to feed a horse on a sand pen who lives out. Hay nets gave the wrong angle and had too much wastage on the floor, there’s barely no wastage, it fits a whole large section of haylage in and has them eating at a better angle I will buy more

  • 5
    Hay Grazer

    Posted by Karen Scott on 5th Aug 2021

    Really Good, Stops hay wastage and also stops my horse from eating his hay too quick.. He did tip it over a couple of times so i just put a concrete slab in the bottom of it and that stopped it getting tipped over. I actually bought two of them. So glad i bought them they are well worth the money and really easy to use.

  • 5
    These are brilliant the best investment ever. Easy to use, can move them round to stop ground getting poached. Have weighted them down with a paving stone, we are in a windy place. No wastage of hay at all

    Posted by Yvonne Bailey on 21st Jan 2021

    Best buy ever

  • 5
    Hay Saver

    Posted by Karen Ledger on 29th Nov 2020

    This is a total game changer and a brilliant product . Exactly as described , fast cheap delivery too , even to Isle of Wight .
    I use it in the field , holds loads and 3 horses can share easily . Cannot rate highly enough .

  • 5
    Once the realised....

    Posted by KBW on 10th Nov 2020

    Great idea and sturdy construction, just a minor 'tweak' needed to get the sliding top to move without a major wrestle/jammed fingers. Works well - well, it does now that the greedy Connemara has finally realised that when he tips it over (I mean upside down) then he simply goes very hungry that night!

  • 4
    Hay feeder

    Posted by Sharon clark on 5th Jul 2020

    For the smaller horse or pony then the holes in the crate are ok , but for larger horse's they need to be bigger.

  • 4
    Hay feeder

    Posted by Sharon clark on 29th Jun 2020

    Good size well made having large horse's the holes in the grill could be a bit bigger other than that very pleased

  • 5
    Absolutely brilliant product ! Yes the rubber tie came off but the ponies don't try to get lid off & I don't think they could any way ! Would be good if there was a lid to cover it when not in use . I have made o

    Posted by Nicola Bowden on 5th Sep 2018

    Excellent service ,easy to order and product does what it says .

  • 4
    Horse grazer

    Posted by Emma on 29th Aug 2018

    I like this product as I can save the bits of hay he can't get by removing the tray top without filling up a haynet which saves time and give it to him that way. The hay is all contain so doesn't get muddy.

  • 4
    Very good - but needs one tweak.

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Mar 2018

    We have only used this for a few days and it seems very good.

    There is one thing however that is poorly designed.

    The lid slides off the box horizontally. When in place the lid is secured using a thick rubber band which passes through a hole in the lid and a hole in the box. As soon as you feed the band through the top hole it kinks and it takes ages to feed it through the bottom hole. Not great when you're in a rush and have cold fingers.

    I'm not sure why they didn't supply a more rigid bolt or something similar.

    There are 4 of these on the yard and everyone else has lost or replaced the rubber bands with bale twine etc.